There are many skills we teach our children, lessons we hope will carry them for a lifetime. One that holds a great deal of importance is the financial role model we serve as in their lives.
The website MSN Money offers several key points to consider when educating children in the value of money, how to earn, how to save and the decision process of when to spend.
Inexpensive entertaining is next on our list for a fiscally fit holiday season. The purpose is to get together and enjoy family and friends, not to spend a lot of money and add to debt. Deciding at the last minute on menu and decorations can tack on more money to the special event. Planning ahead will ease the burden and keep cost down.
We continue to offer tips and techniques as we look to share in a fiscally fit holiday season. Credit/Debit Management on About.com offers many tips including: Why You Should Limit Your Holiday Credit Card Purchases
Credit cards are only an illusion that can buy more gifts than you actually can afford. Here's why you should limit your credit cards purchases this holiday season.
Having a plan for any task can certainly make it easier and more successful. Preparing for the gift giving season is no exception. For the next few weeks our blog posts will offer financial tips and techniques to help you on your way to a fiscally fit holiday season. US News website offers a pre- holiday guide to keep in mind as you make a plan that works for you. Included in their list:
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